Samsung Galaxy Note 4 specs leaked with 4GB RAM, QHD display

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 listed at Erafone

As many of you know, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be announced at the upcoming IFA event on September 3rd in Berlin. Apparently Indonesian company Erafone thought it would generate news by posting what appears to be the upcoming spec sheet of the new Note 4 on its website earlier today. Not that we mind, of course, it only adds to the excitement!

If the spec sheet is true, the Note 4 will arrive with high end hardware including the much anticipated Snapdragon 805 or Exynos 5433 octa-core processors.  Like the Note 3, the next version of the Note will have a 5.7 inch screen, except this time it will have a QHD Super AMOLED screen with a whopping 515 pixels-per-inch at a dense 2560×1440 resolution.  Other notable and  impressive specs are whopping 4GB of RAM to help you multitask, 16-megapixel camera, and expandable storage up to 128GB.

Erafone listed the Galaxy Note 4 on their website for 9,499,000 Rupiah, which translates to about 800USD or 490 British Pounds which is in line with last year’s model.

If the rumors about the Note 4 are true, this phone looks to be the powerhouse of 2014 with a new design including metal in the frame previously reported here.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet


Via: Engadget

Source: Erafone


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